Wednesday , 18 January 2017

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STM32CubeMX 4.12 reveals new Nucleo boards with 144-pin MCU

ST has recently released the new STM32CubeMX 4.12.0. It faces some minor changes to the user interfaces but, more important, it now seems to work perfectly also on MacOS X and Linux. In fact, it's now possible to change the I/O settings like it happens on the Windows platform:Another interesting thing is that it indirectly announces that ST is going …

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How to quickly import a STM32CubeMX project inside an Eclipse project

I've implemented a faster way to automatically import CubeMX project into an Eclipse tool-chain based on the GNU ARM Plugin, as described either on this blog and in my book. I've implemented a bare-bone python script that simply "translates" a CubeMX project for the SW4STM32 (aka AC6) tool-chain in a project generated with the GNU ARM plugin. The script can be downloaded from …

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Running STM32CubeMX on Mac OS. Finally!

Being a STM32 programmer on Mac OSX, I was frustrated every time I had to launch a virtual machine running Windows only to use the STM32CubeMX tool from ST. For those of you new to this program, it's a really useful graphical tool that allows to automatically generate setup files for a STM32 MCU according the configuration we need. For example, …

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